Regulators have been spooked by the possibility of default on large loans to highly leveraged businesses for the past few years, but they are now beginning to worry that such defaults could cause systemic shock waves.
To date, federal agencies have focused mostly on the credit quality of leveraged loans, warning banks that heated competition is weakening underwriting standards.
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